WorldQuest Orlando Resort welcomes international travelers from every corner of the globe to enjoy our luxury vacation resort and event destination. Our resort is just a few miles from Orlando International Airport, where you can fly in from any city in the world. To ensure your experience is everything you've desire, here are some essentials for international travelers - from where to exchange money to how to adapt your phone chargers.
Orlando International Airport (MCO)
One Jeff Fuqua Blvd., Orlando, Florida 32827-4399 | Phone: 407-825-2001
If you are traveling to Orlando, FL from a foreign destination, you will need to exchange your currency for the US dollar. You may exchange money at most Orlando banks. Most banks are only open Monday - Friday and closed during federal holidays. You can also purchase Travelers Cheques. We also suggest that before your trip, consult with your credit or debit card bank about foreign exchange transaction fees for using your card in the United States.
The electricity used in Orlando, FL is standard, which is 110 volts. Appliancesor mobile devices brought from Europe, Africa and most of Asia and Latin America will require a voltage transformer for the outlets in rooms and meeting spaces.
Passport & Visa requirements
All persons, including U.S. citizens, traveling by air between the United States and Canada, Mexico, Central and South America, the Caribbean, and Bermuda are required to present a valid passport, Air NEXUS card, U.S. Coast Guard Merchant Mariner Document, or an Alien Registration Card, Form I-551. International visitors who need a visa to travel to the US must apply for one at an American embassy or consulate. For details, visit travel.state.gov.
When calling from one area code to another, dial 1, followed by the area code and the seven-digit telephone number. For international calls, dial 011, followed by the country code and phone number. You should also check with your mobile service provider about international calling fees.
You must complete customs and immigrations formalities at the first point of arrival in the U.S., whether or not it's your final destination.
There is no compulsory or government plan in the U.S. You are advised to purchase travel and health insurance in case of an emergency.